On Thu, 24 Apr 2008, Justin Mason wrote:
> Some linux-relevant bits: it appears to be trivial to evade if both the
> client and server ends of the TCP connection are running Linux (or
> FreeBSD, or indeed any other platform with sufficiently powerful firewall
> filtering support.)
And to add to the blog links:
I'd be glad to see things rolled out actually, if it weren't for the
fact that we consumers will be the ones who have to finance the
stupid things, as it would spur research into psuedo-anonymous
This system isn't even that effective *today*, as BT clients already
have options to encrypt all traffic. (Well: It'd require fairly
massive amounts of state-keeping to monitor that == even more costs
to the consumer).
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